The Greek Ministry of Tourism announced the suspension of hotel operations to protect staff from the coronavirus pandemic. All year-round hotels shut down from 11pm on Monday, 23 March, and will remain shut through to 30 April.
There were three hotels in Athens, three in Thessaloniki and one for the capital of each region of Greece.
The closure of other hotels with a minimum of 10 per cent occupancy at the time of the decision was delayed to noon 26 March, and the ban will run through to 30 April noon.
Hotels excluded from the ban include those that offer accommodation to armed forces, EU officials, education staff, asylum seekers and students.
Hotels operating in Greece:
Agrinio Premier Heart Hotel
Ionia Plaza-Ionian Square
Elina Holidays Apartments
Suites of the Gods